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>> the loss dropped abby walker to her knees. >> i'm on the floor because i can't believe he missed that field goal. >> bad way to end the season? >> completely. we had a chance and we blew it. >> reporter: while most of the crowd sat stunned, faces in hands, mouths dropped open wide. some were already thinking about next year. >> next year, we come back and win the super bowl, no doubt. we'll win the super bowl next year. >> let's hope the fans recover by then. >> reporter: audrey barnes, fox 5 news. 5 news. we're starting right now with a live look outside. that is arlington, virginia. see some snow out there on the sides of the roads. looks like the streets are actually dry but that could change in a heart beat as well. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm wisdom martin. >> welcome. good to have you here. >> good to be here. >> got a little bit of news to
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talk about with this cold weather and icy conditions out there. the anticipation of some of those road conditions this morning has led to numerous delays so you can see all the latest information along the bottom of your screen. >> we do want to talk about some of the big delays. federal government offices will not open until 11:00 this morning. the office of personnel management is asking federal workers to stay off the roads until 9:00 a.m. federal workers do have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework. >> now to the schools, the following schools are all opening two hours late today. in virginia, alexandria city schools, prince william county and stafford county. in west virginia, berkeley, jefferson and morgan county schools also have two-hour delays. make sure to watch the bottom of your screen for all of the updates that we have. and check out the latest list on myfoxdc.com. >> always an interesting day in the weather when you start talking about delays, ice on the roads, snow, all that stuff combined. >> yeah, we got the party
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started friday night when we picked up a couple of inches of the white stuff in some areas. we have a combination of all that official frozen out there and we are getting this light mist and fog across the area. temperatures in many spots are still cold enough that it is freezing as soon as it is touching the surface. the roadways won't look wet but they could still be icy. >> that is what is dangerous. >> i think that is why the federal government has a delay here because of that concern. reagan national has bumped opportunity to 33 degrees. quantico, 34. you can see much of the area here still at or below freezing including leonardtown at 32 degrees. manassas, 30. dulles, 30. martinsburg, 31. 2 in both frederick and gaithersburg. much of the area here particularly north and west still at or below freezing. we still got reports of light fog, some mist out there and a little drizzle and that will be enough to cause some problems
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out there on the roadways. here is the deal. sentinel radar is not going to show it to you. trust me, it is out there. out to the west, we have more impressive rain dandz and once that starts to move in from the south and west later this morning, our temperatures will rise into the 40s. we'll be done with this weather event and we'll just be looking at a steady rain event this afternoon. -- we have more impressive rain bands. we'll be well into the 40s with rain developing this afternoon. >> all right. thank you, tucker. time now to check in with julie wright. >> not a lot right now but we are keeping an eye on this as our conditions are going to change weather-wise which means it will impact our commute. coming across the 14th street bridge, lanes are open but those elevated passages tend to freeze before anything elsstead you want to watch your speeds as you cross over the bridge and continue to the southeast- southwest freeway. no problems at the 14th street
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bridge, the wilson bridge, the american legion bridge. traffic right now flowing freely but elevated passages tend to freeze before anything else. fog a big problem this morning in the commute. it will hinder the visibility which means it will impact your vision as far as looking for any icy spots, not that they're easy to spot anyway. lanes are open. volume increasing just a bit. you do have to make the trip into work, i suggest you leave early, allow extra time out there on the roads. allow plenty of braking distance as well. no problems reported as you guys continue out of clark best of your recollection but the fog really reducing visibility down to a car length if you got that. so again, allow extra time out here on the roads. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. of course, the big story that we're talking about is the icy weather t could make if a very dangerous ride out on the roads. drivers are being urged to be
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extra cautious this morning. stacy cohan live in arlington near the key bridge. see any icy patches out there already? >> well, you know, it depends where you're driving. it is certainly always a good idea to be cautious when you're driving. we have had appear icy weekend. i don't have any precipitation right here at the moment but that does not mean your roadway is clear. use your own best judgment. the federal government has exercised their judgment and that will change your commute a little. i want to show you some preparations going o there were salt and sand trucks out all over the region in the event we do have icy conditions. they are prepared for what may come. federal workers are given a break this morning. they are urged by the office of personnel management to stay off the roadways until 9:00 a.m. the federal government offices will not open until 11:00 a.m. today. and therefore, metro has agreed to extend their hours of rush hour operations to accommodate the federal workers getting a late start this morning. metro will extend their rush
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hour service through the 9:00 a.m. hour to accommodate the federal workers that are permitted to arrive at work late to stay off the roadway until 9:00 a.m. with federal government offices opening at 11:00 this morning. there are a handful of school delays out there as well so just proceed with caution as you head out your door this morning. i'm stacy cohan. back to you. >> always a good idea to be safe on the roads. slow down and take your time. thank you for that report. all right. john hinckley, jr., the man who tried to assassinate president ronald reagan, is due in court today. the hearings are to help determine whether hinckley will be released from the mental hospital he has been living at for the last 30 years. hinckley's doctors are asking a judge to grant him more freedom but prosecutors say he is still dangerous. dangerous. arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords is resigning. she says she is stepping down to focus on her recovery. you will remember she was shot
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in the head last january outside a supermarket in tucson while meeting area residents. the gunman also shot and killed six people and wounded 13 others. her office is saying she will finish that meet and greet later on today. giffords announced her resignation in a video message to her constituents. >> thank you for your prayers and for giving me time to recover. i have more work to do on my recovery. so to do what is best for arizona, i will step down this week. >> giffords says she will submit her letter of resignation to house speaker john boehner and arizona governor jan brewer this week. ate sad morning for the penn state community has they continue to mourn joe paterno's
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checking headlines, investigators are still trying to identifying out what caused this fire in laurel. it took two hours to control the fire at the building on route 198. there were smoke alarms and nobody was hurt. a rescue official in italy is saying there might have been unregistered passengers on that
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damaged cruise ship. and that could mean there are more victims than first announced. so far, the number of people listed as missing is 19. yesterday, divers pulled a woman's body from the capsized ship bringing the number of deaths to 13. the republican presidential candidates are now focused on the sunshine state. newt gingrich heads to the florida primary fresh off his big win in south carolina. some chalk it up to his combative style. mitt romney admits he let his rivals gain ground by letting them take shots at him for things like this. he is going to release his tax returns. he says he will release his tax returns for 2010 and an estimate for 2011 tomorrow. the florida primary is eight days away. the dangers of driving in
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a terrible snowstorm captured on video. >> accident after accident. we'll show you more. >> freezing rain advisory across the area continues until 9:00 this morning. i'll have all the details on your forecast. it will get better from here. julie wright has a look at your on-time traffic right after the break. ! ♪ [ female announcer ] if whole grain isn't
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there. i believe that is foggy see or a blurry camera. either way, it could be both. >> maybe air just tired wisdom. >> maybe that's it too. we know it is cold outside but it is even worse here. this is the danger of driving in horrible bad weather and it is all caught on camera. the video you see here is drivers in utah losing control of their vehicles thanks to the ice and snowy conditions. >> wow! >> despite driving slowly, cars are all slipping and sliding down a residential road. the video which has tens of thousands of hits on youtube is a reminder for the drivers to be extra cautious during bad weather. that is what we've been saying all morning long. slow down. when it gets like this, it doesn't matter whether you are in a big car, little car, four- wheel drive, all-wheel drive, two-wheel drive. >> look at those trucks. it doesn't matter. >> you can always tell the areas. there is one area that doesn't get it. there is always that one area that maybe perhaps the road
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crews missed or it is just so bad it doesn't matter. did you hear that? >> where are they going? that is the question. >> some got to go to work. >> convenience store. >> probably working in tv. they have to work at a tv station because everybody else is off. >> around here, it is the fear with the freezing rain. it doesn't take a lot of freezing rain, just a very light glaze to cause problems. up like the video we saw, you can't see it. that make it extra dangerous. let's kick it off with a look at the radar. you won't be able to see it on the radar either. just a light mist, a drizzle really. it is enough to start to cause some problems on the roadways. you may notice your cars encased in a bit of ice when you head out the door. i can't show you anything on the radar because it is so light out there. let's go to the freezing rain advisory. this has been extend since you went to bed until 9:00 this morning for the counties in close.
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just off to the north and west including montgomery county and howard county and up towards frederick and carol county, it is until 11:00 this morning. so again, freezing rain advisory. these cold temperatures will be very slow to get pushed out of here. any more mist, freezing fog that we get over the next couple of hours could cause additional problems and that is a concern. temperature now at reagan national continues to be 33 degrees. we are in the clear at reagan national. 34 in quantico but lots of temperatures at or below freezing. fredericksburg, 32. manassas, 30, dulles, 30. martinsburg, 30. 20s off to the north and west. gaithersburg and frederick, you are still in the 20s. even leonardtown, still 32 degrees. some of the roadways out there, some of the less used roadways could get slick in a hurry if you are getting a little fog and mist that could adhere to the surface. chains in the forecast, the fog, the mist will continue this morning but eventually it will just change into a rainy day. that being said, we could have a good soaking rain around here this afternoon as this frontal
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system moves in. it should push in some warmer temperatures. we should be in the 40s this afternoon. cloudy skies, early freezing rain. mist, fog, transitioning to an afternoon rain. 45 your daytime high. we should clear the 32-degree bar. early showers and clearing overnight. overnight temperatures should stay at or above the freezing mark at 40 so we won't have to worry about refreezing tomorrow morning. look at tuesday's forecast. 54degrees, our little snowpack will be gone by tomorrow. sunshine, 47 on wednesday. could be some more rain showers thursday. we kind of of bounce around. 51 on friday. let's do some traffic and find out if we got any problems out there. >> what is going on? >> what we can see, not much right now. fog going to hinder the visibility which means that black ice and icy conditions we are expecting around the area here and there will be
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difficult for you to see. so again, no dillydallying around the house this morning. give yourself extra time out there on the roads. plenty of braking distance between you and the fellow in front of you. so far, no incidents to report leaving manassas headed in towards the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. so before we get to our school closings, warren county, virginia, the schools are delayed for two hours. you can see all the school delays at the bottom of our screen as they come along. so if you want to be updated on what is going on with the schools, can you just watch that. >> keep an eye on that. >> see what is going on. >> warren county schools in virginia, two-hour delay this morning. in other news, a lawmaker in maryland is proposing legislation that would publicly embarrass those who are found guilty of animal abuse. >> under ronald young's plan, an animal abuse registry would list the names and addresses of
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all those convicted of animal abuse. the bilk called heidi's law and matt ackland told us why. >> reporter: she was a puppy who loves to play. heidi, a golden retriever, was shot and killed earlier this month in maryland. >> it will take a long time to get over it. >> lynnette kaufmann has been heart broken since she found heidi in a field near her home. no one has been arrested. >> it is a beautiful little puppy. >> reporter: state senator ronald young, an animal lover himself, says it is time to do more to punish, even embarrass, those who abuse animals. >> it is an indication of a problem and it is something that i think people should be aware of. >> reporter: just like a sex offender registry, senator young would like to create another registry for those who are found guilty of animal abuse in the state of maryland. their names and addresses would be there for everyone to see. >> i hope it might stop somebody from doing it but if
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it doesn't do that, at least people know who and where they >> reporter: there has been public outrage and an outpouring of support since heidi was killed. >> i get cards addressed to lynnette kaufmann, golden retriever lady, middletown, maryland and i get them. i think it would make people think twice. >> reporter: senator young says he does not think that this new registry will cost maryland taxpayers any extra money. in fact, as part of his plan, he believes an offender should pay $50 a year for keep the site up and running. in frederick county, matt ackland, fox 5 news. pieces of american history up for sale but with a sinister twist. >> details of what hit the auction block. stay with us. we'll have that story coming up. start with the essentials.
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it was a crime spree that captivated the country at its lowest point and now some buck lucky bidders own a piece of bonnie and clyde's story. >> kim burns reports on the auction that gave those people a chance to take home some history. >> $100,000. >> reporter: advertised as a chance to own a piece of american history, the two firearms were the talk of the auction. >> a neat piece of american
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history. it is the darker side of american history. >> reporter: potential bidders looked, talked and then watched as both guns went on the auction block. >> i'm here to bid on the bonnie and clyde memorabilia for avid gun collectors at our deal areship out at butler in nevada, missouri. >> reporter: it is said police found the guns during a raid of the couple's joplin hideout in 1933. year then and given as i gift to -- they are given as a gift. >> the family sold the tommy gun made famous by this picture of bonnie olding it for $130,000. the shotgun for $80,000. michael brown was one of the bidder in the game until the very end. he wanted the weapons for a gangster museum. >> we wanted to acquire this
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one t didn't work out. the way things go. >> reporter: one online bidder ended up buying both guns. >> it never surprises me. it is hard to put a value on something like this. at the end of the day, we like to say it is worth what someone is willing to pay for it. >> reporter: on this day, the price for both guns $210,000. the fascination continues. >> they were ruthless. they were just ruthless and believed they were above any kind of control or law so they did whatever they wanted to do. so i think people are fascinated by the fact that they just lived outside of any social norms that we would even think of and especially in that day and time. >> reporter: making them worth a big chunk of change today. kill burns, fox news. >> pretty fascinating. we want to tell you that the winchester school is keeping you updated on the weather conditions. winchester school is on a two- hour delay as well. for more information, you can
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check the bottom of our screen. still plenty ahead. stacy cohan is following our big story this morning. >> reporter: there was a lot of concern about ice and sleet and bad road conditions. the salt and sand trucks are out and about. i'll tell you what you can expect for your morning commute coming up on fox morning news. stay with us. 
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live look outside. still a little foggy. still i'm sure cold because that is the what it does this time of the year. always urging people to slow down when they are out there on those roads and be careful. leave a little early to get to your destination because of the weather conditions. since we are atalking about the roads and those weather conditions, worried about icy roads this morning have led to a lot of preemptive decisions about governments and schools. all of this information we have is constantly being updated along the bottom of your screen. >> federal government offices will not open until 11:00 this morning. the office of personnel management is asking federal workers to stay off the roads until 9:00 a.m. federal workers do have the occupation for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework. >> now, to the schools, the following schools are all opening two hours late. in virginia, alexandria city, prince william county, stafford county, warren county and winchester city. in west virginia, berkeley,
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jefferson and morgan county schools also have two-hour delays. make sure you watch the bottom of the screen for updates and check out the latest list on myfoxdc.com. >> the interesting thing is, as you had mentioned before, you don't really see much going on out there but it is dangerous out there on the roadways. it is still kind of icy. >> you got it. it won't take a lot. a light glaze. we have a little fog, a little mist, just enough to create some droplets. i think the school system is being cautious here. we are not expecting any widespread winter weather t should transition over to rain by later this morning and this afternoon. things will gradually improve. that is the bottom line. look at these temperatures. the numbers have been slow to budge all weekend long. right now, we are up to 33 degrees. that is a good sign. 36 at patuxent naval air station and 44 in ocean city. so parts of the area now definitely in the clear.
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that being said, you can see much of the region still at or below freezing. in some ways, the very light mist and fog is worse than a steady rain when temperatures are below freezing. because the steady rain will run off. the light mist or fog will adhere to the surface of the earth as it reaches the ground. 30 at dulles. 32 in winchester. we've had a freezing rain advisory which continues until 9:00 a.m. for the immediate washington area until 11:00 a.m. for our counties off to the north and the west. there is your forecast for today. we're in the mid-40s and we'll have showers around here this afternoon as we get a frontal system moving in from the west. things will get better again as we get through the course of the morning. >> thank you. let's check in with julie wright and see how the roads are looking out there right now. if you can see the roads, i guess that would be the key. >> that would be nice for we could. it is really socked in. we are talking about the fog. here is that live stretch along 270 coming in out of gaithersburg.
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you are dealing with fog. we've been showing you those cameras as you continue south leaving clarkburg into germantown and out of gaithersburg. fog hindering the commute. for you folks that live here in the gaithersburg area, to from the rio, that ice is up in no time. we are concerned with that. you have to be very careful for that. not that it is easy to see ice to begin w you are not going to be able to seat black ice this morning because of all this fog. so leave early, allow extra time out on the roads and be patient. no problems reported in you are coming inbound on 66. fog still a problem out to the west as well. volume increasing as you work your way past business 234 in manassas. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. the big story is the weather. we have abeen talking about this icy weather all morning long and how it can make for a messy commute. >> there are some warnings and changes including a delay for government workers. fox 5's stacy cohan live in
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arlington with the details on this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what is interesting is most of these changes were made yesterday. i am sure there are a few school children who got up bright and early waiting for me to tell them they don't have school. i'm sorry. that is not the case. many of the school systems and the federal government did act last night in anticipating of the storm and for those folks, there will be changes. the office of personnel management made the decision early that federal workers should stay off the roads until 9:00 a.m. federal government offices will be open at 11:00 a.m. that should alter your commute a bit. there is preparation going on with salt trucks and sand trucks. they are out on the roadways ready to treat if the ice does build. so the federal government thought that they would get ahead of this system so that we don't have confusion that we've had in years past. as a result, metro is extending their rush hour service through that 9:00 a.m. hour in anticipation of the federal workers who will an
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rifing late this morning. so if that affects you, if you arrive typically later into work in the morning or if you are planning on riding in earlier today, maw see a lighter traffic volume due to the number of federal workers permitted to come in late to work today. road conditions might vary. although it is very clear here in clarendon, that does not necessarily mean your roadway is clear. so use your head. use some caution. know it has been an easy winter and we aren't used to dealing with this. we've had other degrees almost day. this morning, use some caution as you head out. back to you. checking headlines, the man would tried on assassinate president ronald reagan is due back in court today. hearings will help determine whether john hinckley, junior junior will eventually be released from the mental hospital he has been living at for the next 30 years. hinckley's doctors are asking a judge to grant him more freedom but prosecutors say he is still
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dangerous. arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords is resigning. she says she is stepping down to focus on her recovery. she was shot in the head last january outside a supermark net tucson while meeting area residents. gunman also shot and killed six people and wounded 13 others. her office will say they will finish that meet and greet later on today. giffords announced her resignation in a video message to her constituents. >> thank you for your prayers and for giving me time to recover. i have more work to do on my recovery so to do what is best for arizona, i will step down this week. >> giffords says she will submit her letter of resignation to house speaker john boehner and arizona governor jan brewer later on this week. this morning, penn state students, alumnae and fans
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continue to mourn the death of joe paterno. thousands have come to death to hold vigils honoring the legendary coach who passed way from lung cancer yesterday morning. the university says they are working on plans to commemorate pat were owe's life and career. he was at penn state for 46 seasons and was the most successful college football coach in history. he was 85 years old. a flight the passengers and crew will not soon forget. >> up next, details of the rough ride that landed some flight attendants in the hospital. stay with us. everyday, an average of 5,000 people
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a pretty bumpy ride lands some american airline flight attendants in the hospital. two hours into their trip from brazil to miami, turbulence caused the plane to drop. passengers on board say they felt their seats shaking, saw people tossed into the aisles and even witness food carts fly up and hit the ceiling. six attendance were hurt, five of them rushed to the hospital after the plane finally landed safely. the yait is keeping all of our eleven aircraft carriers despite pressure on the pentagon to cut defense spending. speaking from on board the u. u.s.s. enterprise, leon panetta
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announced it will be deactivated but will be replaced by a new one. he said the enterprise is headed to the persian gulf and will pass through the strait of hormuz to send a direct message to iran not to close the crucial shipping route. happy new year. it is the chinese year of the dragon. millions are ringing in the new year with fireworks, feasting and family reunions. the lunar new year is the biggest family holiday in many parts of asia. at the white cloud temple in beijing, hundreds turned out to play prey for blessings and offer gifts to their ancestors. super bowl is set. the giants and the patriots. >> hears the big talk. the baltimore ravens fans will be thinking about what if. what if he had made that catch. >> is someone stabbing tucker? >> i think the ravens stabbed tucker. >> in the heart. >> there is that missed field
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goal again. we just keep showing it over and over again. they had a bad day yesterday. coming up next, we'll talk to the junkies in a few minutes to talk about that heart-breaking loss to the new england patriots. >> the other big story, concerns about slick roads out there. tucker will be back with the forecast if he can hang on through his heart break. we'll check some with julie wright as well about those road conditions. time now is 5:43. ♪
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is. traffic moving along pretty well. be careful because there are some slick spots out there. you may not see them. >> clark county schools or the list for a two-hour delay as well and if you want to be updated on what is going on with your schools, you can check the bottom of your screen. >> they just keep adding up. >> freezing fog. just little tiny droplets of rain but the temperature here at the surface in many spots still below freezing and it is getting a chaps to kind of freeze when it hits the roadways, hits your car, that
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kinds of thing. later this morning, we'll warm things up. we're back in the mid-30s and eventually in the mid to low 40s for the afternoon high. we'll be fine later this afternoon but touch and go for the next couple of hours. i'll kick it off with the radar. >> is there a head line today? >> there is a head line. i haven't shared it. i get lots and lots of chances to do the weather. >> i'm a newby so i have to ask these questions. >> i have lots and lots of chances. i can't give it a -- away all atonce. once. let's get to the freezing rain advisory in effect until 9:00 this morning. that is the big change since
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you went to bed last night. the thinking is the weather service thinking that the temperature will stay at or below freezing until mid- to late morning so it will take us several more hours until we can call it clear on this potential event. there is your temperature at reagan national, 33. annapolis, 35. parts of the area into the cheer here as far as being concerned about freezing conditions. leonardtown, still 32. lots of 20s north and west. gaithersburg, frederick, hagerstown. we are still in the 20s. 30 now in manassas and out at dulles. parts of the area here, many communities at or below freezing and that fog, that mist will get a chance to freeze there on the roadways. there is your sat-rad and again, we're looking at the freezing fog and mist right now. when this arrives later today, it won't be quite as impressive. we'll be in the 40s later today and we'll get a chance to melt off what we've had kind. freezing around here for the last couple of days.
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here is a look at your futurecast. still showing that light freezing fog and mist off to the north and west. i'll put it in motion. at 11:00, it looks like we'll be in the clear with just light shower activity and a few more showers this afternoon before we get the frontal system through here. here is your five-day forecast. 45 your afternoon high temperature so again, we should be all clear here by mid- to late morning. 40 tonight so we will not have to be concerned with the refreeze. tomorrow looks great. 54. check out those temperatures. that is a look at weather. let's do some traffic. julie wright has got your latest. >> starting off on the inner loop of the beltway to exit at 202 in lappedover, that is where we had some problems. we had a wire down across the highway so that ramp is currently closed off the inner loop to exit at 202. the big story is the fog. that is hindering visibility. this is a live shot of 66 coming in from fair oaks headed for the beltway. lanes are open but again, temperature hovering close to
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that freezing mark could encounter some black ice and the mix with the fog makes for a very dangerous commute. going to be very difficult for you to navigate your way in this morning. allow extra time out on the roads and slow down. southbound stretch of 270 coming in out of gaithersburg in the fog and incident-free headed for the lane divide. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. the nfl championship game came down to the kickers. the ravens lost to the patriots 23-20. changeed a 32-yard field goal that would have tied it with seconds left. that sent the patriots to super bowl xlvi. they will be facing the new york giants. their kicker hit the 3 #-yard field goal in overtime to give new york the victory over the san francisco 49ers. now, it is onto super bowl xlvi
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in indianapolis. for more on the super bowl drama and the passing of joe paterno, we join the sports junkies. >> hey, wisdom. >> the baltimore ravens losing to the patriots they had them twice. they actually had a touchdown pass that lee evans dropped and they had the missed field goal. which one is worse? >> probably most people will remember the kick because that is a chip shot. i think eb made them in the turkey bowl. that is one that a kicker should normally make. but lee evans gets the perfect pass from joe flacco. that is a win if he catches that. >> i give the credit to the defend ore that play. he stripped lee evans of the ball. there is no way you can miss the miss on the field go. >> i'm going to send eevans one of those hand strengtheners. when you have a trip to the super bowl in your hands, have
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you to secure t i don't care if there is a defender there trying to punch out. >> as a niner fan or a ravens fan, you don't want to wake up. you know when you wake up, you're going to have that sick feeling and you're going to be watching the news and see the interviews with the giants players and how happy they're going to be. you want to stay asleep for about a week. it's tough one to swallow. >> since the mentioned the 49ers and giants, that game was pretty much the same way. how about the punt returner dropping two fumbles and he is personal lit one in overtime that led to the victories. the 49ers were in the game. the 49ers lose in overtime. >> tough break. it is a young guy who is actually replacing ted ginn, out with an injury. it seems like the players on the 49ers rallied around him. he is not like akicker who is ostracized and nobody talks to him. >> an nfc championship, can't make mistake like that.
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you can't get close to a punt you're not going it field. you can't make mistakes like that. kyle williams is a goat just like billy cundiff. >> not only is kyle williams the goat. he did the impossible. he made devon thomas look like a hero. >> a former redskin. you're right. >> last question, let's talk on a very serious note the passing of joe paterno, 5 years old two months after the scandal broke at penn state. talk about his legacy. will it be more for the scandal or for what he was able to accomplish during his 46 years. >> i think over time, people are going to remember that he had over 400 wins. you won't see coaches coach until they're 58 years old again. it is unbelievable. but it is a bit of a tainted legacy and people do remember the most recent events. and it is sad but i think over time, people will remember the
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greatness of joe pat were owe. >> thank you very much. we'll check back in with you a little bit later on. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> stay with us. we'll be right back. ♪ i'm feelin' subway ♪ let's go
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